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    lat workout free weights only....????

    i need a workout for lats, free weights only as i do my wokouts at home... all i have is a bench and loads of free weights......anyone?

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    Dead Lifts
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    Weighted Pull Ups
    T Bar Rows w/ BB
    Standing Overhead Presses


    not one machine included

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    thanks

    which of those focus more on the lats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniel_3855 View Post
    thanks

    which of those focus more on the lats?
    I would have to say weighted pull ups.

    look into Gironda Sternum Chins

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    I would also go wide grip on your pullups. Don't focus on adding weight to your pullups until you can do a solid 10-12 reps for 4 sets with good form, with only a maximum break period of 90 seconds per set.

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    Mate, get a dipping belt,,, load it and do wide pull ups when your ready strenth wise,,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniel_3855 View Post
    thanks

    which of those focus more on the lats?
    bent over rows(barbell, dumbbell), pull ups(try different grips)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bent-over_row

    links on different types and how to do each type at the bottom.

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